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|Stuart company now offering product in Walgreens|
|Sunday, July 1, 2012|
|STUART — H2Ocean, which moved its headquarters to Martin County in 2008, is on the verge of a breakthrough in sales of its product line — all-natural remedies containing sea salt.
For about 10 years now, H2Ocean has been selling its array of products through about 5,000 independent outlets such as physician, dentist and veterinary offices,|
| BDBMC Honored with Award by State Organization Florida Economic Development Council recognizes group for Single Advertisement Martin County, Florida “Where business meets pleasure” |
|Thursday, June 28, 2012|
|STUART, FL (June 28, 2012) – The Business Development Board of Martin County (BDBMC) was honored with a marketing and advertising award during this week’s Florida Economic Development Council’s (FEDC) 2012 Annual Conference in Tampa. The advertising award was given in recognition of an ad featuring actual Martin County, FL CEO’s and business leaders touting|
|Vought hopes to begin expansion of Stuart facility by July|
|Thursday, June 21, 2012|
|STUART — Triumph Aerostructures' Vought Aircraft Division hopes to begin a 16,000-square-foot expansion to its manufacturing facility in Stuart by the end of July.
The company plans to build a truck loading area and add a staging building for shipment of the inboard and outboard trailing edge flaps for the Boeing 777 that are manufactured at Building|
|Secretary of Commerce Gray Swoope at the 2012 Bio International Conference|
|Tuesday, June 19, 2012|
|Secretary of Commerce Gray Swoope moderates a panel of Bio Industry leaders marketing Florida as a business location.|
|H2Ocean Adding Jobs in Martin County, as Sea Salt Line Launches On Shelves at Walgreens|
|Friday, June 15, 2012|
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H2Ocean Adding Jobs in Martin County, as Sea Salt Line Launches|
|A View from the Microscope - A Jones Lang LaSalle team explains how four locations are maintaining and honing their edge as magnets for life sciences investment.|
|Monday, June 11, 2012|
|In laboratories around the world, researchers are racing to find cures that will drive business. But meanwhile, their own world — the business of life sciences — is profoundly changing. Driven by the implications of patent loss, rising research and development costs and declining return on investment, downward pricing pressure and other factors, the industry is regrouping to increase productivity and business performance.
Life sciences cluster locations are experiencing the effects of these global trends in their own local ways. In Jones Lang LaSalle's Global Life Sciences Cluster Report we explored clusters around the world, highlighting established life sciences regions, identifying emerging clusters and providing insights into the dynamics behind each. The list on p. 50 shows the top established and emerging clusters worldwide; more information on each can be found in the full report.
Site Selection wondered if we could dig deeper to deliver some on-the-ground observations. So here we present our insider's view from four of these prominent life sciences clusters, chosen for their varying histories and current responses to industry pressures: the Boston area, Central and South Florida, Singapore and Bavaria, Germany. Boston and Bavaria are both long-established centers of excellence. Singapore, on the other hand, represents an emerging cluster that has through concerted and innovative effort relatively recently come into its own. And Florida is a state to watch, with a focused effort to develop the life sciences industry.
The divergent ways that these markets are evolving indicate that future industry success will not be defined by a single strategy. Instead, business strategists will need to approach each location differently, accounting for each region's unique blend of human resources, academic infrastructure, business community dynamics and ability to invest, and finally, each community's aspirations for their life sciences sector.
|Seacoast National first Florida based bank to participate in Florida Capital Access Program offering credit worthy small businesses loans for expansion/job creation|
|Thursday, June 7, 2012|
|STUART, FL - Seacoast National Bank is the first Florida based bank to participate in the Florida Capital Access Program (CAP). CAP is a loan portfolio insurance program enabling lenders to make loans to small businesses that are creditworthy, but are not qualifying for a conventional loan, to expand and create jobs. The program is open to for-profit|
|Tim Dougher named interim executive director of Business Development Board of Martin County|
|Friday, May 18, 2012|
|STUART — Tim Dougher will serve as interim executive director of the Business Development Board of Martin County until the agency decides whether to give him the job permanently or undertake a search for a new executive director.
Dougher, who has served as co-director of the board since January 2010, will work with the agency's president, Ed|